is the theme for Summer Reading at Red River County
Public Library! Summer Reading registration begins Monday, June 20th -
Monday, July 25th!
When a child signs-up for the program they receive a
book bag and a book marker as well as a FREE book to keep! Depending on
reading level, children will earn a ticket for every book/page they read and on
July 25th at 1:00 p.m. we will have our closing party where children will receive
their tickets to buy prizes at the prize store!!!
every Wednesday: Ages 0-5 @ 1:00 p.m., Ages 6+ @ 1:30 p.m.
information, call the library at (903) 427-3991, visit our website at
rrlibrary.org or check out our Facebook page!
Come and Experience the dance and culture of South Africa!
Impande Ye Africa meaning The Root of Africa is a production and performing arts company that strives to preserve the history and traditions of the continent of Africa, captivating the Southern African cultures through activities and cultural programs that educate and entertain.
A reminder that patrons may renew their items over the phone at (903)
427-3991. We also make copies, fax, scan, have public computers for
everyone (you do not have to be a library patron to use them), we also
We have Over 33,000 Books Over 500 DVDs Over 750 Audiobooks on CD Over 35 Magazine subscriptions Newspapers (Bogata, Bowie County, Clarksville, Detroit & Paris) House over 800 books in Genealogy AND SO MUCH MORE!
Red River County Public Library is excited to announce that we have been awarded a Digitization Grant from the Tocker Foundation. All 172 reels of microfilm are on their way to The University of North Texas to be digitized. When the project is complete, the public will be able to access and search all of our microfilm on The Portal to Texas History website. This project will take roughly one year to complete. After the completion of this project, UNT will digitize any newspapers or microfilm published in Red River County and those would also be accessible through The Portal to Texas History.
The reels include the following newspapers and dates: